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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
Started on: 08-27-2007 12:27 PM
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Finishing touches on my 3800 swap. Next I’m going to start working on my over the roof scoop.

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FieroMaster: Nice looking swap! It looks like you have an 84 there. So do i, and i am just starting my swap. See: //www.fiero.nl/forum/F...098244.html#lastpost

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I'm the original owner of a white ' 84 2M4 purchased Dec 10, 1983 from Pontiac. Always garaged, no rust, 4-wheel drifts are fun!

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Upgraded my radiator fan today and installed a pair of 2-way 4" Infinity speakers in the B-pillars. Just waiting on my adapter plates to come arrive so I can install 5.25" components in the dash. It's been a good day.
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I too have been taking advantage of the "lock down" and been working on my 86. I got all the error codes sorted out finally by replacing a few sensors and tracking down vacuum leaks. The dreaded error 32 is finally gone since I replaced the EGR Control solenoid.
I went to my local Pull-a-part and scavenged some nice dash plastics and replaced mine as well as found a pristine drivers side seat belt to replace my mouse crewed one. I even finished my dew strips and dynamatted both doors since I had them apart.
I have a few more parts to add under the hood, but Ohio weather took a dip back to the rather cold side so I have put off garage work. Hopefully the weather breaks soon and I can get back to work on the car and maybe even go for a really nice "isolated" cruise.
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Washed it!

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Project car now has a finished head unit (7" pop up screen with NAV and Bluetooth) and alarm system that are now functional.

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Got it smogged today! Passed California emissions!

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Too bad the clutch is slipping a little!

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Dew Wipes .... FINALLY.

They have been cracked and 50% missing for 8 to 10 years. .... I know, I know...
I forgot how much they reduced the outside noise.
Starting to get my driver slowly back in order. I still need to do a full exhaust and weld up any header leaks. I daily drive FOCOA Headers....

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Had a day with her. ignored the "drive to the light" thing. Still alive!
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Pulling gearbox (suzy 5 speed) apart to see if it is savable, plus I am just curious like that!.
Bought if off of ebay, had a few metal bits in by oil plug drain hole so just interested more than anything to take a look inside.

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Upgraded my radiator fan today and installed a pair of 2-way 4" Infinity speakers in the B-pillars. Just waiting on my adapter plates to come arrive so I can install 5.25" components in the dash. It's been a good day.


What fan is that, and what shroud is that?

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Added helper springs to my coil overs to keep the main spring properly seated against the suspension upper spring seat.
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Just re-installed my reconditioned UM-4 cassette deck, fully refurbished by Joe (delcomaster84@gmail.com). He replaced all the leaky capacitors, the dried out drive belt, broken solder joints, and the dirty, scraped-up read head. I've got tunes for the first time in a couple years, and it's one more step toward looking like showroom new.

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Installed replacement HTOB on the F23
Replaced valve cover gaskets
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I picked up a 85 GT 2 Saturdays ago, since then I have lowered her, put 18" wheels on her, and added a 2021 Camero LT1 Hood Vent.
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What fan is that, and what shroud is that?

Ernie



It's a Proform fan if I remember correctly. I can get the model number later. The shroud is stock. I just cut the old fan out and painted it.
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Got my rear end kicked. I was trying to remove the front bearing assembly from an 88 front spindle. The T55 s are stripped so i thought id use a bolt extractor. The bolt extractor was too big for the access hole. So i did some cutting. After cutting it still wouldn't fit so i removed the spindle from the sealed unit. The bolt extractor still doesn't have enough clearance. Finally get it flush and try to spin it off and it strips.



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Contact Larry Hubbert for any 88 parts you need. He'll set you up right.
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Finally!!!
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Ground lights! Wanted to get these on a car since i was a kid.

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]it was more like last Saturday.... but we went hunting!

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Finally got around to installing my 12" disk brake kit. Looks great and stops really well. Like throwing out an anchor. No fade after several high speed stops like the stock brakes.
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Today I recast my driver door skin. It was the first fast I did when I started the body and it was just not right. It has some weak spots and a lot of air bubbles that were causing issues.

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